Hydroseeding is the hydraulic application of seed blend, fertilisers, tracer dye, and proprietary binders over the topsoil using a cannon or hose mounted to purpose-built HydroRigs. Biologically-active soil conditioners and tackifiers hold the seeds in place and minimise erosive impacts of wind and rain.

Hydroseeding is faster than broadcast or drill seeding, it’s also cheaper than rolling turf. Unlike hydromulching, which is more suitable for revegetating disturbed lands that are difficult to grow on, hydroseeding is ideal for areas with a healthy topsoil layer and a good irrigation system.

Erizon is committed to delivering the best possible hydroseeding solutions. We believe that by working together, we can improve the environment, uphold sustainability and compliance, and maintain the health and safety of nearby communities.

If you would like to learn more about how we face one of our biggest challenges today, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Suitable Application Types

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Essential Benefits For Australian Industries

Saves Time and Money
Hydroseeding is a much quicker revegetation method than broadcast or drill seeding and much cheaper than rolling fresh turf.
Access Difficult Areas
Hydroseeding is versatile enough to work on flats, batters, and slopes less than 2h:1v. The hydraulic application using cannons and hoses allows us to reach steep and inaccessible areas or tight spaces.
Soil Stabilisation & Erosion Control
The binders in hydroseeding products act as a glue that stabilises soil and cushions the erosive impacts of wind and rain. It holds the seeds in place until they germinate and vegetation gets established.
Reduces the Growth of Weeds
Hydroseeding creates an effective natural weed repellent by producing thicker, healthier vegetation where there’s virtually no room for weeds to sprout.

How Hydroseeding Works In Australia

Hydroseeding is an effective way to revegetate large areas of land quickly. It is a scientifically advanced way to revegetate land compared to other conventional methods, including direct seeding and drill seeding.

Hydroseeding can be used to revegetate areas that are difficult and/or dangerous to access, as well as moderate slopes with the addition of a binder, making the task of providing erosion control for verges or soil stockpiles much easier. Binders form a hard crust and work to bind soil to the seed, preventing erosion, increasing water retention, and promoting faster germination of seeds. By establishing vegetation, hydroseeding can help provide long-term erosion control.

Hydroseeding solutions are best used in larger areas of quality soil. We determine the existing soil characteristics through a soil analysis to tailor the fertiliser used for the specific site, ensuring quality and long-lasting growth.

Our Knowledge And Expertise

Erizon has been a leader in revegetation and erosion control around Australia for over 25 years. We have a team of experienced agronomists and soil scientists dedicated to providing the most effective solutions for soil rehabilitation. When undertaking a revegetation project, our experts develop and implement a tailored plan that involves combining site-specific seed species with GoSeed and water to form a slurry. The resulting solution is then applied onto the surface using the appropriate hydroseeding equipment.

Using innovative techniques, we deliver exceptional results quickly and efficiently. We also apply our hydroseeding solutions with high precision and uniformity through our state-of-the-art HydroRig equipment.

The Process

Tailor The Best Solution
We will work closely with you to formulate the best solution to address your site-specific needs.
Drone Survey
We will conduct a highly accurate and insightful 3D survey to map out the area of your site.
Even & Uniform Application
Our highly trained spray technicians will use the latest HydroRig technology to ensure an even and consistent application.
Site Monitoring
We will use state-of-the-art multispectral imaging drones to monitor the progress and health of the project, keeping project goals on track.

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Hydroseeding is a process of planting grass, flowers, or other vegetation using a mixture of seed, water, fertilizer, and other additives that are sprayed onto the ground. The mixture is typically applied using a specialized hydroseeding machine, which sprays the mixture onto the soil at a high pressure. The hydroseeding solution helps to protect the seeds from erosion, and the added nutrients in the mixture help to promote healthy growth. The process is often used for large-scale landscaping projects, such as highway median strips or erosion control on steep slopes. Hydroseeding is a cost-effective and efficient way to establish vegetation on a large area of land, and it can produce faster results than traditional seeding methods.

There are several advantages of hydroseeding over traditional seeding methods.

Firstly, hydroseeding can cover a large area of land quickly and efficiently. This means that the process is faster than traditional seeding methods, which can be time-consuming and labor-intensive.

Secondly, hydroseeding is more cost-effective than traditional seeding methods, especially for large-scale landscaping projects. The materials used in hydroseeding, such as the hydroseeding solution and the specialized hydroseeding machine, are often less expensive than the materials needed for traditional seeding methods.

Thirdly, hydroseeding helps to prevent erosion and protect the soil. The hydroseeding solution contains additives that help to bind the soil and reduce the risk of erosion, which can be especially important on steep slopes or areas prone to erosion.

Fourthly, hydroseeding provides better seed-to-soil contact than traditional seeding methods. The mixture of seed, water, and other additives is sprayed onto the soil at a high pressure, which helps to ensure that the seeds are in close contact with the soil, improving germination success rates.

Lastly, hydroseeding allows for customization of the mixture used. The hydroseeding solution can be tailored to the specific needs of the project, such as the type of vegetation being planted, the soil type, and the climate. This customization can result in better growth and healthier vegetation.

GoSeed hydroseeding solution is a unique hydroseeding product that contains added binders to aid in the germination success rate. These binders help to ensure that the seeds have better contact with the soil, which can lead to higher germination rates and more successful growth.

Compared to other hydroseeding solutions on the market, GoSeed offers a number of advantages. Firstly, the added binders can help to reduce the risk of erosion and soil runoff, which can be especially important for projects on steep slopes or in areas prone to erosion.

Secondly, the binders in GoSeed can help to improve the overall health and vigor of the vegetation being planted. By providing better seed-to-soil contact and increased nutrient absorption, the plants are more likely to grow strong and healthy, with deep root systems that are better able to withstand drought and other environmental stresses.

Lastly, GoSeed hydroseeding solution can be customized to meet the specific needs of the project. The mix of seeds, fertilizer, and other additives can be tailored to the soil type, climate, and other environmental factors, which can result in better growth and healthier vegetation overall.

Overall, GoSeed hydroseeding solution offers a number of advantages over other hydroseeding solutions on the market, making it a popular choice for many large-scale landscaping and re-vegetation projects.

Hydroseeding can be used in a variety of environments and soil types, but it is particularly effective in areas with poor soil conditions or on steep slopes where erosion control is a concern.

In general, hydroseeding works best in areas with well-draining soils that are not too compacted. This allows for better seed-to-soil contact and improved nutrient absorption, which can result in healthier vegetation.

Hydroseeding is also well-suited for areas that are difficult to access or where traditional seeding methods would be impractical. This includes steep slopes, rocky terrain, and areas with limited water access.

In addition, hydroseeding can be used in a variety of climates, although it may be necessary to adjust the seed mix and other additives to suit the local conditions. For example, in areas with low rainfall, drought-resistant grasses and other vegetation may be preferred.

Overall, hydroseeding can be an effective solution for a wide range of environments and soil types, and can be customized to meet the specific needs of the project. However, it is important to consult with a professional to determine whether hydroseeding is the best solution for your particular project and to ensure that the process is carried out correctly.

The cost of hydroseeding can vary depending on a number of factors, including the size of the area being treated, the type of seeds and other additives used, and the location of the project.

In general, hydroseeding is often more cost-effective than traditional landscaping methods, such as sod installation or hand-seeding. This is because hydroseeding can cover large areas quickly and efficiently, and requires less labor than traditional methods.

The cost of hydroseeding is also typically lower than other erosion control methods, such as retaining walls or rip-rap installations.

In addition to being cost-effective, hydroseeding can also offer other benefits, such as improved germination rates, better erosion control, and healthier vegetation overall.

It is important to note, however, that the cost of hydroseeding can vary depending on the specific needs of the project. To get an accurate estimate of the cost of hydroseeding for your particular project, it is best to consult with a professional hydroseeding company who can provide a detailed quote based on the specific requirements of the project.

The best time of year to hydroseed can depend on a number of factors, including the climate and the specific goals of the project. In general, however, the best time to hydroseed is during the late spring or early fall.

In the late spring, temperatures are typically warm enough to promote seed germination, but not so hot that the newly-sprouted grass or vegetation is at risk of drying out. Additionally, spring rains can help to provide the moisture that is necessary for successful growth.

In early autumn, temperatures are cooler and more moderate, which can be beneficial for promoting root development and establishing healthy vegetation. Additionally, fall rains can provide the moisture that is necessary for successful growth, and the cooler temperatures can help to prevent evaporation.

It is important to note, however, that the best time to hydroseed can vary depending on the specific climate and environmental conditions of the project location. It is also important to ensure that the project is not undertaken during periods of extreme heat or drought, which can be detrimental to the success of the hydroseeding process.

To determine the best time to hydroseed for your particular project, it is best to consult with a professional hydroseeding company who can provide guidance based on the specific needs of your project and the local climate conditions.